Festschrift for John Nerbonne

Edited by Martijn Wieling, Martin Kroon, Gertjan van Noord and Gosse Bouma

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  1. Subjunctions as discourse markers? Stancetaking on the topic ‘insubordinate subordination’
    Werner Abraham
  2. Two-layer networks, non-linear separation, and human learning
    R. Harald Baayen & Peter Hendrix
  3. John’s car repaired. Variation in the position of past participles in the verbal cluster in Duth
    Sjef Barbiers, Hans Bennis & Lotte Dros-Hendriks
  4. Perception of word stress
    Leonor van der Bij, Dicky Gilbers & Wolfgang Kehrein
  5. Empirical evidence for discourse markers at the lexical level
    Jelke Bloem
  6. Verb phrase ellipsis and sloppy identity: a corpus-based investigation
    Johan Bos
  7. Om-omission
    Gosse Bouma
  8. Neural semantics
    Harm Brouwer, Mathew W. Crocker & Noortje J. Venhuizen
  9. Liberating Dialectology
    J. K. Chambers
  10. A new library for construction of automata
    Jan Daciuk
  11. Generating English paraphrases from logic
    Dan Flickinger
  12. Use and possible improvement of UNESCO’s Atlas of the World’s Languages in Danger
    Tjeerd de Graaf
  13. Assessing smoothing parameters in dialectometry
    Jack Grieve
  14. Finding dialect areas by means of bootstrap clustering
    Wilbert Heeringa
  15. An acoustic analysis of English vowels produced by speakers of seven different native-language backgrounds
    Vincent J. van Heuven & Charlotte S. Gooskens
  16. Impersonal passives in German: some corpus evidence
    Erhard Hinrichs
  17. In Hülle und Fülle – quantification at a distance in German, Duth and English
    Jack Hoeksema
  18. The interpretation of Dutch direct speech reports by Frisian-Dutch bilinguals
    Franziska Köder, J. W. van der Meer & Jennifer Spenader
  19. Mining for parsing failures
    Daniël de Kok & Gertjan van Noord
  20. Looking for meaning in names
    Stasinos Konstantopoulos
  21. Second thoughts about the Chomskyan revolution
    Jan Koster
  22. Good maps
    William A. Kretzschmar, Jr.
  23. The presentation of linguistic examples in the 90s: an unheralded hange
    Charlotte Lindenbergh & Jan-Wouter Zwart
  24. Gravity, radiation, and dialectometry
    Robert Malouf
  25. Exploring the role of extra-linguistic factors in defining dialectal variation patterns through cluster comparison
    Simonetta Montemagni & Martijn Wieling
  26. Default inheritance and derivational morphology
    Stefan Müller
  27. Licensing resultative phrases: the case of locatum subject alternation verbs in Japanese
    Tsuneko Nakazawa
  28. Free word order and MCFLs
    Mark-Jan Nederhof
  29. Keystroke dynamics for authorship attribution
    Barbara Plank
  30. Quantitative diahronic dialectology
    Jelena Prokić
  31. Write as you speak? A cross-linguistic investigation of orthographic transparency in Germanic, Romance and Slavic languages
    Anja Scheppert, Wilbert Heeringa, Jelena Golubovic & Charlote Gooskens
  32. Vowel co-occurrence restriction in Ainu
    Hidetoshi Shiraishi
  33. From dialectometry to semantics
    Dirk Speelman & Kris Heylen
  34. On blended selfies and tainted smoothies
    Oscar Strik, Muriel Norde & Karin Beijering
  35. “Featurometry”
    Benedikt Szmrecsanyi
  36. Bootstrapping a dependency parser for Maltese – a real-world test case
    Jörg Tiedemann & Lonneke van der Plas
  37. Identifying dialect regions from syntactic data
    Erik Tjong Kim Sang
  38. Morphology changes faster than phonology
    Esteve Valls
  39. Efective communication. A Platonic case study
    Gerry C. Wakker
  40. Variation: from dialect to pragmatics, a progress report
    Annie Zaenen, Brian Hicks, Cleo Condoravdi, Lauri Kartunen & Stanley Peters
  41. Talking about beliefs about beliefs without using recursion
    Denise Zijlstra, Marieke Wijnbergen, Margreet Vogelzang & Petra Hendriks